Met at airport, taken to Riad Viva ( we would never have found it otherwise !) and when you wind down the small streets and alleyways you wonder what you will find. Then you walk into another world. It is like walking through into the Tardis. A beautiful, relaxing Riad. Friendly staff greeted us with Morrocan tea and showed us to our room. We had an evening meal on our first night--excellent standard--and also had a guided tour of the markets and souks and museums--well worth it as you could fail to find the really interesting places without a guide. Nice terrace on top with a plunge pool to cool off in. Thanks everyone for a lovely time. Will definitely be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In Riad Viva, you can feel the atmosphere of a small royal palace, where tradition and modern style meet together. Build in a typical Moroccan style and decorated with fine handcraft, you will enjoy the luxurious comfort of spacious and bright rooms as well as the nice terracce with pool and lounge.The access to the Riad is directly near the private palace of king Mohammed VI and from the big terrace you experience the direct view into the large park of the world-famous five stars hotel Mamounia. ... more less
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